English grammar rule Can setup

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Setup is a noun that refers to the way something is arranged.

Set up is a verb for putting things in order or arranging them.

Examples of 'Can setup' rule
  1. Incorrect Jimmy doesn’t like that set up.
    Correct Jimmy doesn’t like that setup.
    Incorrect We need to setup the tables for the reception.
    Correct We need to set up the tables for the reception.
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